A new study carried out by Singapore researchers aimed to determine how fish consumption might affect diabetic retinopathy among people with type 2 diabetes. The study involved a cohort of 437 Asian participants with type 2 diabetes. Over… Read More
A new study aimed to examine how time in range is connected to the incidence of diabetic retinopathy. Time in range is defined as the percent of time a person has a glucose range of 3.9-10.0 mmol/L within 24 hours.
Researchers used the data from… Read More
Researchers recently tested an Australian artificial intelligence (AI) system to determine how well it detects diabetic retinopathy. Unfortunately, findings indicate that the system did not perform well in a real-world setting. Nearly… Read More
Japanese researchers from the Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine recently found that lipid-lowering medications containing fibrates may reduce diabetic retinopathy risk. Using data from nearly 85,000 type 2 diabetes patients,… Read More